Financial Aid Forms
Note: Please complete the FAFSA before submitting any forms.
If your Financial Aid application is selected for the verification process, South Georgia State College (SGSC) cannot determine your eligibility for federal student aid for the award year until you complete the verification process. The purpose of the verification process is to validate the accuracy of your FAFSA data and is a Federal requirement if your file is selected. SGSC uses the Verify My FAFSA web site to help you complete the verification process. Click here to view our verification policy.
Complete this form and hit "submit" if you plan to attend the Summer semester and want Financial Aid. Summer Financial Aid is based on your FAFSA information. Remember that you must be enrolled in at least six credit hours to receive a student loan. Also, if you plan to attend next Fall be sure to complete your FAFSA for the new academic year.
Complete this form to initiate a HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarship review if you are not currently receiving the scholarship at SGSC or if you are transfer student and received HOPE/Zell Miller at your previous institution prior to your enrollment at SGSC.
Complete the SAP Appeal Process, in our online financial aid portal, if you are not making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and have been placed on Financial Aid Suspension to appeal to be reinstated. Your appeal must include a description of your extenuating circumstances, a statement indicating the steps you will take in the future to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress and documentation of your circumstances. Some violations of the SAP policy are not appealable. For further information, you can review the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy here.
Complete this form and submit the form to the host institution if you are planning to attend as a transient student at another institution while you are a student at South Georgia State College. The host institution must certify your enrollment and return the agreement to SGSC. The student must be attending at least 6 hours in order to receive a loan.